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Employees working alone are one of the highest risk jobs in the United States.Have you identified hazards associated with employees working alone or potentially having to work alone at your work site?
Minimize legal risk by staying up-to-date on current rules and regulations associated with employees returning to work when the workplace has changed.
This topic is critical for anyone responsible for work injury programs or advising clients on handling work injuries. Injuries are not planned. They do not further the employee's financial interest nor advance the...
Learn how to effectively motivate noncooperative employees when returning to work after a workers' compensation claim.Have you struggled with return-to-work noncooperation in the workplace?
HR Certification Institute, SHRM credit available
Learn how you can protect yourself from workplace stress claims.In recent years, work-related stress claims have been one of the fastest growing segments of the workers' compensation system.
Find out what regulations are impacting your illness and injury programs and how to remain compliant.This topic will provide you with a thorough analysis and discussion in order to understand the term disability under...
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Learn how workers' compensation laws affect remote employees and how you can minimize risk of litigation.More and more companies are allowing employees to leave the controlled confines of the office to work remotely...
Gain a better understanding of the process in regards to OSHA regulations based around employee injuries that are recordable versus nonrecordable. As an employer, do you know your role and responsibility of ensuring...
Understand the importance of having a safety committee in your workplace. As more employers consider implementation of formal safety and health management systems, either voluntarily or to conform to some state OSHA...
Fully understand what 11(c) covers, how to respond to complaints, and how to properly respond to OSHA 11(c) investigations.This topic will discuss how to properly and legally handle discipline and/or termination of an...
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